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Real Estate Transactions for Hopkinton Massachusetts

Compiled for HopNews.com by Eric Montville © 2014 All Rights Reserved
New Transactions from March 3, 2014 - March 10, 2014
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Address Buyer Price Date Seller
12 Frostpane Lane unit 76 Hua Tao $427,865 March 7, 2014 Pulte Homes of New England LLC
1 Trailside Lane Deena B. Baker $492,000 March 3, 2014 Stephen Rosseel
Last Week
1 Weybridge Lane unit 23A Matthew F. Bowie $256,000 March 3, 2014 Kathleen A. MacDonald
21 Apple Tree Hill Road unit 21 Ethan Maxfield $190,000 March 3, 2014 Susan G. Auble
29 Knoll Road Amartya K. Ray, Jessica G. Ray $317,750 February 28, 2014 He Huang, He Huang Family Revocable Trust
10 Frostpane Lane unit 77 Satish Bhogadi, Chandini Bandaru $412,635 February 27, 2014 Pulte Homes of New England LLC
6 Frostpane Lane unit 79 Sudhakar Ramabhotla, Lilitha G. Ayyagari $409,540 February 26, 2014 Pulte Homes of New England LLC
50 Pleasant Street Alicia L. DiPietro $344,900 February 26, 2014 Amy Ambrose, Amy Adler
19 Ledgestone Drive Jurrien M. Dehann, Deborah R. Bannon $606,000 February 26, 2014 Shelia D. O'Toole, O'Toole Family Living Trust
Week Before
26 Lakeshore Drive Douglas DeWolfe, Karen DeWolfe $350,000 February 24, 2014 Richard Gentili, Louis Gentili
6 McGill Court unit 47 Joseph Buscone, Faith Buscone $450,000 February 21, 2014 William A. Depietri, Lumber Street I Realty Trust
241 Lumber Street Robin A. Ravech $463,000 February 21, 2014 Paul Macphail, Maria Marcucci
78 West Main Street Virginio C. Sardinha, V. Sardinha Realty Trust $750,000 February 19, 2014 2 High Street Realty LLC
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Win $25

March 10, 2014 — Thousands of vehicles pass under this damaged hornet's nest every day. Be the first to send your own photo of it to Editor@HopNews.com and win $25 as part of the celebration of the 25th year in business for Photographic Images.

(NOTE: We have submissions, and are checking on the location of the first one received to validate it.)


Kudos to Hopkinton Destination Imagination

On Mar 8th, 9 Destination Imagination (DI) teams from Hopkinton participated in the Region 7 tournament held at Uxbridge High School.  6 of those teams bagged the first or the second place in their respective categories.  And 4 of these teams advance to the State level tournament to be held at WPI on 3/29/2014. We would like to congratulate all the teams for putting up an excellent show, and wish the advancing teams the very best for their next competition at WPI.

Team Results:

1st place (Challenge Name: "Going To Extremes" , Elementary Level ): Adrina Arakelian, Mia Carboni, Julia Lerner, Elleri Schutte, Alyssa Souza, Caroline Tenhoor, Arpar Tran

1st place (Challenge Name: "Going To Extremes" , Middle Level): Avi Arora, Ryan Dunn, Sean Herlihy

2nd place (Challenge Name: "Going To Extremes" , Senior Level ): Heather Holly, Riley Strickland, Erin Webb, Elise Kiszla, Emma Griffiths.


2nd Place: (Challenge Name: "Tension Builds" , Middle Level):  Michael Giusti ,Mihika Abraham Ananth Sanjay, Akila Sanjay

1st place (Challenge Name: "Pitch N Play" , Elementary Level ):  Sara Bernardo, Tara Joshi, Ceara Perry,  Mia SanniCandro,  Vani Sharma,  Paige Lavelanet,  Elizabeth Kane

1st place (Challenge Name: "Pitch N Play" , Middle Level ):  Aren Arakelian, Neal Patel, Patrick Webb, 

Austin Marques, Izzy Puri, Niha Gopi, Eva Kuruvilla


Please RSVP to lmpa.org@verizon.net by March 12 if you are interested in taking this course that will be taught by the MA Environmental Police

Event: Boating Safety Course
Date: 3/29/14
Location: Hopkinton Fire House- Main St
Time 8:30-5:30

*must be 12 years old to take the course
Comfort in a Pouch

March 10, 2014 — The Southwick Zoo brought a baby kangaroo to the wellness and camp fair on Saturday at the high school. The marsupial was comfortable nestled in a familiar environment with his keeper.


Chronicle Reporter Signs Book at Water Fresh Farm

March 3, 2014 — Reporter-turned-author, Ted Reinstein of WCVB-TV's "Chronicle" fame, chats with fans Debbie and Louis Medina at Water Fresh Farm during the signing of his book, New England Notebook this afternoon, as people shed their cabin fever and ventured out. The market had a steady stream of customers, as did Mr. Reinstein, who is also a shopper there.


Wellness and Camp Fair at Hopkinton High School

March 8, 2014 — Above, Hopkinton Drug marketing specialists Jay Small and Michael Macione speak with Hopkinton resident Sue Collins while she fills out an entry for a raffle prize today. Thumbnail, below left, Dr. Binh Nguyen of Cedar Chiropractic speaks with Patricia Allen and nine year-old daughter, Victoria. Below, right, Alyssa Fucci Greets a familiar family and explains a program.

Below, MetroWest YMCA Camp directors Kerry Packard, left, and Maureen Shannon have a chat while being photographed.


Frances D. McMahon, 84


UPTON - Frances D. McMahon, 84, died Friday March 7, 2014 at St. Patrick's Manor in Framingham.  She was the loving wife of Arthur T. McMahon for 64 years. 


In addition to her husband, she is survived by her daughter Clare Prue and her husband John of Hopkinton, her sons Thomas and his wife Susan of Medway, Joseph and his wife Paula of Upton, Brian and his wife Joan of Framingham,  and Kevin and his wife Deborah of Pembroke,.  She also leaves her sister Gloria Olmstead and her husband Robert of South Carolina, seven grandchildren, five great-grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.  She is predeceased by her sister Barbara Cawley.


A memorial funeral Mass will be celebrated March 12, 2014 at 10:00 a.m. at St. Patrick's Manor, Framingham.  Burial of cremains will follow at Massachusetts National Cemetery, Bourne, for relatives only.  Funeral arrangements have been entrusted to the Callanan Cronin Funeral Home, 34 Church Street, Hopkinton. https://mail.google.com/mail/u/0/images/cleardot.gif


Donations may be made to St. Patrick's Manor, 863 Central Street, Framingham, MA  01701

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Selectmen to Receive Bylaw Proposal Banning Hours for Business Between 11:00 pm and 6:00 am
$300 fine per violation/day


March 7, 2014 — The Planning Board, having received a recommendation from the Zoning Advisory Committee, is advancing a proposal of that Committee to the Selectmen, that would ban hours of retail operation in Hopkinton from 11:00 pm to 6:00 pm. The proposed "general bylaw" would give the Selectmen the authority to fine violators $300/per day for breaking that bylaw.

       The correspondence from the Town Manager's office to the Selectmen lists several businesses that could be affected: Zio's Quattro, Woodville Rod & Gun Club, Hopkinton Country Club, Dynasty, Cornell's, Carbone's, Marathon Restaurant, Pan Thai Restaurant, and Price Chopper.

       Conspicuously absent from the list of affected businesses is Cumberland Farms on West Main Street, which is open 24 hours.

      The Chapters of the bylaw appear to give the Selectmen a set of criteria similar to what the Planning Board considers when considering a site design review application. It also appears that the law would exempt those with common victualar licenses issued by the board, which would include ALL of those on the list.

      Another thing at odds with common practice and the proposal itself, is that the documents assert the law as a general bylaw, which usually takes effect immediately, such as a noise ordinance, or leash law. However, the law exempts those in operation at the time of the enactment of the law, something called grandfathering, a practice of zoning bylaws, not usually general bylaws.

      A similar proposal went down in flames at Town Meeting several years ago.

      It is on next Tuesday's Selectmen's agenda for discussion at 7:10 pm, March 11, 2014. 

      Also on the agenda is the consideration of appointing Arthur Schofield as a new Police Officer upon completion of training. 

      The board will also consider supporting an initiative from the Town of Dartmouth that would increase the small business tax credit from 10% to 20% while increasing  the size of a business that qualifies, from 10 or fewer employees to 20 or fewer employees.

       The entire agenda can be read here



After Minor Crash, Medford Driver Attacks Responding Trooper



March 7, 2014 — A Woburn man was arrested this morning after he attacked a state trooper who responded to the scene of a minor crash between the man and another driver on Route 93 southbound in Medford.
NASSIVE PALMER, 30, became uncooperative with Trooper Nicolo Falco and attempted to drive away from the crash scene. Trooper Falco, who had conducted a routine check and learned that PALMER was the subject of an outstanding warrant, prevented him from doing so. PALMER then became combative. The suspect tried to pull and push himself away when the trooper initially attempted to handcuff him, and subsequently began flailing his arms and striking the trooper with his elbows. While continuing to resist, the suspect caused himself and the trooper to fall onto the hood of the suspect’s van and then onto a guardrail.
After Trooper Paul O’Connor responded to the scene, both troopers were able to guide PALMER to the ground and secure him in the back seat of a cruiser. PALMER then kicked out the cruiser’s passenger-side rear window. PALMER was then restrained on the ground outside the cruiser as he continued to struggle to get free, kick his legs, and throw his head back in the direction of the trooper. A third trooper who responded, Trooper Karl Johnson, was able to secure PALMER’s legs with restraints. The suspect was transported to the Medford Barracks, where he was charged with the following:
1.     Assault and Battery on a Police Officer (2 counts);
2.     Malicious Destruction of Property over $250; and
3.     Resisting Arrest.
PALMER was also charged on the warrant that the trooper had discovered during his routine check. That warrant, issued out of Boston on March 5, charged PALMER with assault and battery. He was additionally issued a warning for failure to use care in stopping for the minor crash that preceded his attack on the trooper.
PALMER sustained minor cuts to his face when he came in contact with broken glass that was on the ground from the window he kicked out. He was treated by EMS at the scene and refused further medical attention. Two of the troopers will seek medical attention on their own for potential injuries.
The chain of events began at 7:28 a.m. when Trooper Falco witnessed PALMER and another driver, a 25-year-old Peabody man, pulled over into the breakdown lane for a minor accident. Both drivers refused medical attention. Brief investigation by the trooper indicated that PALMER’s 2003 Dodge Caravan rear-ended the Peabody man’s 2012 Audi A4 sedan when the latter driver slowed down in response to slowing traffic ahead of him. Shortly after the trooper asked each driver for their license and registration, PALMER began to become uncooperative.



Construction to Resume


Please note that the State's MassDOT will resume reconstruction of the Route 85 bridge on Monday March 10, 2014. They will begin an alternating, one way traffic pattern on Route 85 with the newly installed, temporary traffic signals. That new traffic pattern will be in effect 24/7 throughout the reconstruction period which MassDOT expects to end with the completion of the new bridge on June 24, 2014. 


Please expect delays and seek alternate routes when possible.


The reconstruction of the Bridge Street bridge will be completed by MassDOT on Wednesday, March 12th so that may be a viable, alternate route.

MassDOT apologizes for any delays; however, this measure is necessary to complete the reconstruction on schedule. MassDOT can be reached at 508-929-3800. ~ John Westerling, DPW Director.



25 Years and Counting

Our thank you to you


Photographic Images got its Sales and Use Tax Registration in June of 1989 while doing wedding photography from my Hayward Street home.  Wow! Twenty-five years ago! I'll be sharing more of the details of that story at another time soon, but for now, please be informed that we just added new (previously taken) images to our facebook page and would like our  subjects to have them. And seeing as  you liked us enough to let me photograph you, please like us when you visit our facebook. The blue facebook link is in the ad. Choose "Photos" and then "Albums" for an orderly visit.


It was just a couple of years ago that the facebook phenomenon burst upon the scene; and soon afterward we decided to let our clients have their images for that purpose as a value-add to their print or Instant Portrait purchases.  It saves them having to scan them and wonder about copyright issues. We have also consulted with other photographers in the area, and advised that they follow suit. Otherwise, a photographer is just trying to hold back the tide.


But getting to the point, we have been offering clients of the last couple of years an upload to our Photographic Images facebook page, which they can then save into their own computer and upload to their own facebook. But what about those who have come before?


We just uploaded a couple hundred images of clients who may have had their portraits taken during the digital age, but pre-facebook. In addition, Eric scanned a few images of youngsters we took with film, pre-digital, fun stuff with props, some custom made (star/Moon). It is our anniversary year gift to you.  Please like us if you visit.


Please take a look and see if you are there. If so, you are welcome to download the image for your facebook. And please like us on facebook. Even if you didn't use 24 Main Street for your portrait, check out your friends and neighbors. And if you agree they look great, please like us on facebook.


Note: Please visit our facebook main page, like us immediately, then choose "photos," and then choose "albums" to browse in an orderly fashion. We even put up a dozen or so from our film days. Happy Anniversary!

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Milford Regional’s Patient Advisory Council Seeks Additional Members


Milford Regional Medical Center is seeking community members from their 19 town service area to serve on the hospital’s Patient and Family Advisory Council (PFAC). Now in its fifth year of operation, the PFAC is dedicated to promoting a partnership between the patients, families, and working professionals affiliated with the Medical Center to promote and foster patient-centered care.


The PFAC at Milford Regional, which meets monthly, includes staff from the Medical Center’s administration and departments, and former patients or those who have had family members receive care at the hospital. Community members must reside within Milford Regional’s service area which comprises the following towns: Milford, Hopedale, Mendon, Blackstone, Medway, Uxbridge, Northbridge, Whitinsville, Bellingham, Franklin, Douglas, Grafton, Upton, Hopkinton, Holliston, Millis, Medfield, Wrentham and Millville.  Members commit to a two year term and have the opportunity to participate on various committees, task forces and advisory boards.


Those interested in becoming a member of Milford Regional’s Patient Family Advisory Council must complete and submit an application form by Friday, March 28, 2014. For more information on the PFAC at Milford Regional and/or to obtain an application, go to the Medical Center’s Web site at www.milfordregional.org and click on “About Us,” or contact Kim Munto by phone at (508) 422-2202 or email at kmunto@milreg.org .



Stanley Wexler, 76

Mr. Stanley Wexler, 76, died Monday, March 3rd, 2014 at home in Mount Vernon, WA. He was born on 10/15/1937 in Boston, MA and moved to Fernadale and then Mount Vernon 15 years ago. He taught sixth grade in Hopkinton, MA for 32 years. He was a brilliant and beloved teacher. He was a true humanitarian and animal rights activist. He was also an avid photographer. But above all, he was a wonderful, loving, compassionate, and caring father and husband! Stan is survived by his wife of 52 years,

Judy Wexler; son David and daughter-in-law Michelle Wexler of Liberty, MO; daughter Cindy Wexler of California; daughter Michele Wexler-Dale and daughter-in-law Laurel Wexler-Dale of Holden, MA; brother Chuck and his wife Jan Wexler of Bethesda, MD; Larry and his wife Debbie Wexler ofDanvers, MA; and finally his eight beautiful grandchildren: Missy, Alex, Hannah, Caelob, Sara, Nicole, Joshua, and Jason; and last but not least, his wonderful canine companion, Phoenix.


HHS presents Vietnam War drama

Appearing in “A Piece of My Heart” are, above, Cassandra Clark, Brent Leibowitz, Tristan Clark, Evelyn Oliver and Dan Taylor.


Hopkinton High School’s drama students on March 13 to 15 will present “A Piece of My Heart,” Shirley Lauro’s emotionally charged play depicting the experiences of nurses serving in Vietnam.


The play, which the Vietnam Vets Association calls “the most enduring play on Vietnam in the nation,” portrays the young nurses before, during, and after their tour and ends as each leaves a personal token at the Vietnam memorial wall in Washington.  It was adapted from Keith Walker’s 1986 book of the same name, which included oral histories from 26 women who served in Vietnam.  


To help the nine student actors prepare for their roles, director Valerie von Rosenvinge invited former Army nurse Maureen Adduci, who served in Vietnam, to speak with them.  Adduci’s candor helped the students understand the impact of that long-ago conflict on those who fought it. “All of the students recognized that this is more than a school play…it is an opportunity to recognize the sacrifices that a group of women made long ago,” von Rosenvinge said.


Performances of “A Piece of My Heart” are 4 p.m. on Thursday, March 13; and 7 p.m. on Friday, March 14, and Saturday, March 15 at the Hopkinton High School auditorium.  Tickets are $5 for students, seniors, and veterans and $10 for adults.  Please note the play contains harsh language and references to the atrocities of war. ~ Contributed by Cathy Buday


Wine Tasting is Back at Hopkinton Wine and Spirits
Special pricing and a free gift just for showing up!
Friday, February 28th
4-7 PM • 77 West Main Street, Hopkinton
A great opportunity to check out our Cambria, Tilia and Cono Sur Vineyards
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Off to Burrillville

March 6, 2014 — Hopkinton Police Officer Patrick O'Brien prepares to depart for Burrillville, Rhode Island to swear in Hopkinton's youngest police officer, Tyler Seddon, who is fighting his second bout of leukemia. His mother's wishes for get-well greeting from first responders went viral, and today, hundreds of first responders are expected to descend upon Burrillville and join in a parade for the boy's seventh birthday. WPRI did a nice piece.


Hopkinton Attorney Re-Elected MACC President

Boston, MA (March 6, 2014)… Kathleen Connolly, counsel at Murtha Cullina LLP and resident in the firm’s Boston office, was recently re-elected President of the Massachusetts Association of Conservation Commission (MACC).

In this role, Ms. Connolly will further lead MACC in advocating for informed land management, development and community conservation by working with state agencies, legislators, developers, the courts, other environmental non-profits and the general public. She will continue to oversee MACC's promotion of advocacy for manageable, science-based laws and regulations relating to wetlands and other water resources, open space, and biological resources. She will also continue her work educating and training the greater conservation and land trust communities and interested public.

“It is such a privilege to have been re-elected MACC President,” said Ms. Connolly. “I looking forward to another year representing MACC during a time of new regulatory laws, and also look forward to upholding MACC’s more than half a century year-old mission of providing conservation resources.”


Cornell's Irish Pub
229 Hayden Rowe Street, Hopkinton
7:30 pm Monday, March 10, 2014
Register or learn more HERE




Police Incident Log - Updated March 5, 2014

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Arrest Log
Monday, March 3, 2014
9:26 pm
Officer Matthew McNeil arrested Carla Ann Intinarelli, 53, of Pilgrim Avenue, Worcester, on West Main Street and charged her with OUI Liquor, 3rd Offense.

Incident Log

Tuesday, March 4, 2014
9:46 pm Officer Gregg DeBoer assisted a disabled motor vehicle who reported hitting a pothole on East Main Street.
9:24 pm Officer Aaron O'Neil checked and spoke with several motor vehicle operators on Loop Road.
8:24 pm A caller reported a suspicious activity of someone in the woods with a flashlight on Apple Tree Hill. Officer Gregg DeBoer responded and advised that it was a man walking his dog on a path.
3:42 pm A 911 caller reported a motor vehicle accident without personal injury on South Street. Two officers responded and took a report.
1:54 pm The State Police reported a two car motor vehicle accident without personal injury on South Street. Officer Stephen Buckley responded and took a report.
12:46 pm Officer Stephen Buckley opened the gate to the State Park for the State Police.
11:42 am A 911 caller from Lowell Drive reported that a verbal argument between a mother and daughter was escalating. Two officers responded and took a report.
11:11 am Officer Stephen Buckley checked and spoke with a contractor who was working inside a home on Saddle Hill Road.
10:53 am A message was delivered to the Animal Control Officer on behalf of a resident.

Monday, March 3, 2014
9:29 pm
A motorist reported that two males who appeared to be intoxicated were walking along the side of East Main Street. Officer Aaron O'Neil checked the area with a negative find.
8:49 pm A clerk at  a West Main Street business reported a woman who appeared to be intoxicated. Two officers responded and subsequently arrested a 53 year-old female from Worcester and charged her with OUI Liquor, 3rd Offense.
7:08 pm Officer Gregg DeBoer checked and spoke with the operator of a motor vehicle on Hayden Rowe Street.
4:14 pm A caller reported that a vehicle with its hazard lights on was acting strange on Hayden Rowe Street. Officer Gregg DeBoer checked the area with a negative find.
1:43 pm A motorist reported that the door of a West Main Street residence had been opened since 10:30 am. Officer Stephen Buckley responded and advised that there was no sign of forced entry.
10:23 am Officer Stephen Buckley assisted with a car seat installation on Main Street.
4:06 am A caller reported that a motor vehicle was all over the road on West Main Street. Sgt. John Porter located the vehicle and advised the operator of the complaint.

Sunday, March 2, 2014
8:45 pm
A caller reported that a person who looked unsteady on his feet was thumbing for a ride on Front Street.
7:09 pm A resident of Weybridge Lane reported finding black water in her faucets. Officer William Burchard checked the area for any leaks or water main breaks with a negative find. A message was left with the Water Department.
5:48 pm A caller reported that a vehicle was in the woods on Hayden Rowe Street. Two officers responded and requested a wrecker for a winch out.
4:13 pm Three officers and the Fire Department responded to a motor vehicle accident with personal injury on Hidden Brick Road.
3:03 pm A caller reported that trash was strewn all over the roadway on Route 495. The State Police was contacted and responded.
10:49 am The Water Department requested to contact the owner of two motor vehicles and have them move due to a water main break on Thayer Heights Road.
9:18 am A resident of Thayer Heights road reported a possible water main break. The Water Department was notified.
12:06 am A 911 caller reported a motor vehicle accident without personal injury on West Main Street. Two officers responded and wrote a report.

Saturday, March 1, 2014
9:39 pm
Officer William Burchard reported coming upon a motor vehicle accident without personal injury on Elm Street.
9:32 pm Officer William Burchard checked and spoke with the operator of a motor vehicle on West Main Street.
8:55 pm A caller from Hayden Rowe Street reported an out of control person. Three officers responded and advised that the individual has calmed down.
5:50 pm A motorist reported that she was behind a vehicle on West Main Street that has been throwing trash out of the window. The Upton Police Department was notified.
5:19 pm A 911 caller from Davis Road reported hearing an audible alarm. Officer Matthew McNeil responded to assist.
2:45 pm A 911 caller reported that he was almost hit head on by an oncoming motor vehicle on Teresa Road.
2:01 pm An ice fisherman on Cedar Street reported that two other ice fishermen who have been drinking alcohol all day just left in a white pickup truck. Officer Thomas Griffin responded and checked the area with a negative find.
12:03 pm A walk-in spoke with Officer Thomas Griffin regarding almost being struck by a tow truck while in a crosswalk with a flashing yellow light on Main Street.
1:51 am Officer John Moran checked a parked motor vehicle on Wood Street.

Friday, February 28, 2014
10:53 pm
A Kerry Lane resident reported that her dog ran away.
10:37 pm A walk-in reported a strong odor of natural gas on Church Street. The Fire Department checked the area with a negative find.
9:33 pm A resident of Downey Place reported that her neighbor's door was wide open and there was no one home. Officer Peter Booth responded and advised that the resident was home.
7:31 pm A 911 caller reported a two car motor vehicle accident without personal injury on Grove Street. Three officers responded and wrote a report.
1:38 pm Officer Gregg DeBoer responded to a two car motor vehicle accident without personal injury on Main Street.
11:51 am Officer Patrick O'Brien assisted a 48 year-old male with a ride to Old Town Road.
2:51 am Officer Linda Higgins checked a parked motor vehicle on Saddle Hill Road.

Thursday, February 27, 2014
10:32 pm
A motorist complained that the light on Main Street was not turning green. Officer William Burchard checked the lights and advised that they appeared to be working fine.
6:23 pm A caller reported that a pedestrian dressed in all black was walking on the side of Wood Street creating a safety issue. Officer Aaron O'Neil checked the area with a negative find.
5:59 pm A 911 caller reported that a black dog ran across Hayden Rowe Street.
5:52 pm A resident of Lakeshore Drive reported that a large amount of expensive ice fishing equipment was left out on the ice for a few days. The Fire Department checked the area with a negative find.
5:19 pm Two officers responded to Main Street for a two car motor vehicle accident without personal injury.
4:50 pm There were multiple calls for a motor vehicle accident without personal injury on South Street. Three officers responded and wrote a report.
4:06 pm Officer William Burchard assisted the Fire Department with a fire alarm activation on Tammer Lane.
12:59 pm A walk-in from Cedar Street reported that a motor vehicle in front of a house had its door partially open with no one around it. Officer Gregg DeBoer attempted to contact someone at the house but advised that no one was home.
12:16 pm Several callers reported a two car motor vehicle accident with personal injury on Pleasant Street. Two officers responded and wrote a report.
11:32 am A motorist reported that a tractor trailer unit on Wood Street had large ice chunks coming off of it. The Westborough Police Department was notified.
9:31 am A Walcott Street resident reported that a vehicle from a local business was blocking her driveway. Officer David Shane responded and advised that the vehicle was gone upon his arrival.
7:20 am Officer David Shane assisted a disabled motor vehicle on Cedar Street.
6:20 am Officer Linda Higgins assisted a disabled motor vehicle on West Main Street.


Hopkinton Student Among Keefe Tech Skills USA

Keefe Tech seniors (left to right) Siobhon Cox of Ashland, Jocelyn Drawe of Hopkinton, and Caroleea Robins of Framingham recently competed in the District III Massachusetts SkillsUSA Conference held in February.


FRAMINGHAM, MA – Keefe Regional Technical High School hosted the District III Massachusetts SkillsUSA Conference on February 26, 2014. Keefe welcomed more than 550 students from ten Massachusetts Career and Technical Schools who competed in over 60 contests, which included a written SkillsUSA employment skills test, a written trade knowledge test and a safety test.


SkillsUSA is a nonprofit organization dedicated to preparing high school and college students for careers in technical, trade, and skilled service occupations through local, state, and national programs. It provides quality education experiences for students in leadership, teamwork, citizenship, and character development.  It builds and reinforces self-confidence, work attitudes and communication skills, emphasizing total quality at work, high ethical standards, superior work skills, lifelong education and pride in the dignity of work.




Last Call for Casino Night Tickets!


Only three more days before the Education Foundation's annual
Casino Cocktail Night -- don't miss out!



Saturday, March 8th, Warren Conference Center, Ashland
8pm to midnight    



Gaming, dining and dancing, all to support technology and innovation grants for Hopkinton schools  



Bid online in our silent auction until Saturday evening at 10:30pm 



Visit www.biddingforgood.com/HEFGALA  

for tickets ($90 per person) and bidding   
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